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T. it. A6F.LL. UEALUW IN Lumber, Lath & Shingles And Proprietors ol the UP TOWN PLANING MILL! XKAR A. X J. W. R. It. STATION Intend kecpiuir constantly u kinds of lil'ILMSU LUMBF.K. hands all Rough and Dressed, lucludiug TIMBER, JOIST and SCANT- l.i.wi, are prepared 10 DRESS TO ORDER wetland promptly, all kinds f "I-OOKIXU, CEILING AMI SIRIX'i Also Manufacturers of DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, BKACK ETS, MOO.PINGS, WINDOW DOOK FUAMl&i C3 H S TT M32 M. : md In all liicir variety of si; le and Pattern. Having O0ul MLK. WITH INCREASED .FACILITIES', by the iiitroductiouor new machinery and a First Class Dry House and strict attention to business, with Fair Dealing We hope for a continnr.fi of the liberal patronage we nave hitherto received. BUILDERS, COXE AXD SEE TS. T. M. ABF.LL X. Warren. May 25, I.S7U. Bill Heads. Having Jnst received a large stack of Bill Head, statement. Letter Head and other papers, we are prepared to print tbem In tne orai m.Yie,at reaueea pnces,io mistness men generally. Call attheCHKOKICLEOfflcaand see tor youraelf. GOLD MEDAL AWARDED AT THE CINCINNATI Industrial Exposition, 1871 KO It COAL AND AVOOI). THE BEST BITUMINOUS COAL COOKING STOVES Id the World. 26.874 TT S 3D. FIftESIDE! FOB COAL. Tkc ait Efficient, Caaraieat as Parable OPEN FRONT Vre in the Market. WI. RESOR CO., Sept. 27, lf-71-Smo. Cincinnati, O. lOSADALIS The ingredients that, COMPOSE ROSADALIS arei 'published on every package, there ; fore it is sofa secret preparation, iconseqnently PHTSICIAKS PRESCRIBE IT It is a certain cure for Scrofula, Syphilis in all Us forms. Rheuma tism, Skin Diseases, Liver Com plaint and ail diseases of the u load er ICT cr LOSAIALIS will do more pood than ten bottles of the Syrups of Sarsapanlla. THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS have used Rosadalis in their practice for the nasi three rears and frcelv endorse it as a reliable Alterative and Blood Purifier. DR. T. C. PUG IT , of Baltimore. DR.T. J. BOYK1.V, ' DR.R.W. CARR. DR. F. O. DAN NELLY. DO. J. S. SPARKS, of Kichelasrille, Da. jT'l. McCAHTHA, Columbia, s c DR. A. B. NOBLES, Ed-ccomb, . C. (USED USD E5D0ESED BY J. B. FRENCH k. SOXS, Fill River, 1 Mass. IF. W. SMITH, Jackson, Mick. A. F. WHKFXEB, Lima, Ohio. B. HALL, Lima. Ohio. CRAVEN A tO.,Cort!rnsviIlr, Va. SAM'L. G. KcFADDEN, Murirfcv boro, Tenn. Our space will rot alV.w nf ar.y ex tended remarks in rt at:n !u tle virtuesof Uosadaiia. 1ihr J'eiit-.ti Profeasioa ire ruiramrc Kiu-J I x tract superior i any tru-y La.e i .ir used in the treAme:it i d. .tiN .1 Blood ; and to the afflicted wc s y iz y Roaadalia, and yon will be restore I to health. Rosadalis is sold fcv all Drcr-rirt. price $1.50 pet buttle. A;lcrevc 12. ciri:;r: s c:. Mctntfaeiiirivg 1 iemi; bLTiuotL, Ma. Jaly3G.5571-l.vr ers Mi mi ay s 'mi iair Vigor, For restoring-Gray Hair lo its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual 'jfiT ' for preserving the vlYS X hair. Faded or rrrntt hair it toon restored to tit original color, iciih the glost and fresJmett of yovih. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied anA decayed. Bat such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it docs not soil white cambric, and yet last! long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossj lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 4 Co., practical and analytical cilemista IOAVEXlL, mass, fsicb $1.00. a H l-.ure. H. IS A D. as A if F. the and and mE3STTJEtE23L'S NOTICE. To the Taxpayers of Trumbull County. -Taxes of 1671. In pursuance of law. I. THOMAS A. th year one thousnnd eight hutulred and seventy-one are correctly slated In 1 riUERLY.TTeasurrof Tmiubnll County, Ohio, hereby give notice that the rate of Taxes for ind sevent v-one are eorrectlv stated In the followlie turtle, showmz thenumtMr of millx nnti hundrrdthsof a mill levied on each dollar, and the numlier of cent on each one hundred dollnrsof taxable propeny in the several townships. Cities incerporat! villages, and independent school districts of said county : 2 I STATE TAX'S !i I 1 ji t' 3 ii i ? rCOUNTY TAXES. TOWNSHIPS. HuhbartI . w Hubbard Village... Brookfleld Harttortl Z....Z-. Harliorrl Special S hooI Orauirevtlle Village Oranveviile L'aiou Schuol.. Vernon KitiKntHti . Liberly irarU Uuioa 8cbool Vienna . 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Is. i The law imposes a penalty of lire per cent after the 2oth days of liecemberani June, on all taxes due and anjxiiii.- and on taxes returned delinquent to the Auditor, a penalty 01 iwrnri per eem. auacnes, ana win invariaoiy oe auueu. Please remember, earlu vaumrntt will be mnch to the convenience of tax payers as well as the Treasurer. It Is Impossible to attend to all during the last ten days of the term. Office hours from S a. m., to 12 m., and from 1 to 5 p. m. Treasurers's Office, Warren, P., Oct. 11, 1871-St. THUJAS A. BKIERLY, Co. Treasurer. New Advertisements. Wain, rrafrrUw. IL H. NrDwitt A -, Drocant A MILLIONS Bear Test I m on r la their Waoderfnl CarattTe Eflects Tbcy are not a Tile Faacr Irink, lladt of Taar Raaa, Whisker Prewf Spirits and Heftse Uaera doctored, triced and sweetened to please the ta.x called "Tonica." Appetiatra," "Oestorera.tte., that lead the tippler ou to drunkenness and rout. but are atrue Hediciie,tnade from the Satire Roots and Herat of California, free fram all A I catholic Si I ma la ma. Tbey are the GREAT BLOOD Pl'RI FlERand A LIKE GIVING PRINCIPLE, perfect Renovator and Invifforator of the System, carrying off all iioisonous matter and restoring theblood to a healthy condition. iSo person can take these Bit ters according; to directions and remain long unireU, provided tlieir bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and tire vital organs wasted urrond the point of repair. They are a Gentle Pa rent Ire as well aa a Tealc, poswetsinc, also, Us peculiar merit of sctins; as a powerful scent in rclierin Congestion or Inflam mation of the Li-er, and all UieViaaersl Organs. jHOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, inyoangor nid. nisrrieJ or inel, altlie tlawn of womanhood or at In turn of life. Uice Tonic Bitters havo no equal. For luRawmntery and Chronic Uheama lUra and Goal, Ilyspepiala or Indigestioa, Itilioa. ICrmitlent and Intermittent Fe TiTf, iwrne of the lllood, Liver, Kid ney and IU adder, tlicse It liters liave lieen most nicfrxsiuL Sarh IHitrnitrii arccaused by Vitiated lllood. v. isurucrujlY produced ly dcrantrcment f tie IiRitive OnaHK IIVSPI-:iIA Olt I N DIGESTION, Uead arii. rain iu th SliuuMcrs, Conh Ticbtnesa of the Clit. liuiejs. Si.ur Eructations of tlic Sttimsch, ! Tle in the Motitli. Bilious AttackJ. Palpitation ol 1h" Heart, liitt-muustivn of tbc l.ans. Pain in the re pion of ;bc hiinys, r.nO a 110001x41 other painful symp t'jfti, are ihs 'C-nnu-s of lr9pepaia. Th-- inrtrorale tli, Stomarh and stimulate the torpid Lircr and Bo.cls, vlnrh roacr tbem of nneQaalled rfficacy in cUhiiid' tb t4ood of all impurities, and tm partinz n-w life and nror to the whole aystem. FO l S K I N l I S E A S ES, Eroptioirs. Tetter. Salt Klieum, Ditrbfx(. Spots. Pimples. FastuVes, Boils. Csr- b:nfl4t. Kn Worm. SoaM liea't 8ore Kye5. ErrKtpe-la-. lirli.S-ui-t-. Iiirulontioii of tiie tkin. IlomorBsml Dim-.-. of Hit Mviq. of wlmtvr nawe or nature, are ht r.-il!r l.i up ai'.l esrrml nut of the nytnn in a short timt- bytlw U!el Ihn Hittors. One bottle In such eae will ctniviaco ihr uioi iucre3uiuu ot'tbeir cura tire efltcid. CleaoK the Vitiated Ciood wbenertT yon find Us im parities l-UKtiiir throutrhtbs skiS In rimples, Ernp tiot. or Sn-s ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and -lovi'lj R the reins; cleanse It when it la foul, and your ItfLurfS will teli you when. Keep the hktod ami the lj-alth of the system will follow. Pin. Tnpr, and other W orwis, larking in the system of fo manj thousanda, are effectually destroyed an-l nmrrl. Fsys a ditinruiibed pbysiolosist, ll.ero i scarcely an indindnal upon the face of the earth wltre bfly i exi-mpt from the prfsence of worm. It ii not uncu the hesl:hy elements of the that onns exit. but upon the diseased humors arvt iiiirr 'lepoitr; that bred these lirinr monsters of disetise. Jin trt.ern of Medicine, no vermifuges, so antltelmintics will free the system from worms lias these liitirs. . WALK Ell, Proprietor. R. II. McDON'aXD COL, Drurrirt? and fien. Arenta. San rrsociseo. Catifbrpia, and and 34 Commerce Street, New Tors. Y3S0LI BY ALL PRUGGISTS AND DEALK&8, 8 O'CLOCK. OOC A MONTH. Horse and Carriage fur v wfc nished Exrr.ses paid; samples tree. B. Shaw. Alfred, Me RIFLES, SHOT-GO'S, REVOLVERS. Gnn materials of every kind. Write for Price List, to Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburgh. Pa. Army gnus and Kevolvers bought or traded for. ierata wanted. ABETS, LOOK ! to $12 dslly easily made Profitable and respecliiijle business. A Ittle novelty wanted by everybody. Success mire. Send stamp for circulars to Cliurchlll A Templeton, Manuf's, 6i.i B'way, N. Y. ASK T0TR GROCER FOR CRUMBS OF COMFORT. S10 SaMTLXS sent (pit at mh! 4 fT Fifty Cents, that FREE 5 MONTHS OX TRIAL. first-class large quarto Journal, 64 col umns. Illustrated. r one year for 60 eta. with two bound lectures, by James McCosh, D., L L l.,and K O. Haven, U. 1., L L 1., premiums. Send name and address to PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. Cincinnati, Ohio. Rare Chance for Agents. Agents, we will pay yon per week in Cash you will engige wiih us at once. Every thing furnished and expenses paid. Address Ai ELLS A CO.. Charlotte. Mich. FAMILY KNITTER. The SKW HAVES is endorsed by pnblic opinion and First Premiums at Fairs as the beet. Knits everything. It simple, beautiful, easity learned and operated. No family can afford to be without one. Frier f ii. Agents; wanted. Address NKW UlVt.V F1SILT KMTTIXG CO.. ! Oct. 11 Sew li.TCB. taa. Is is as T ANTED AGENTS, (f20 nrr tfav) to sell the celebrated JfO.Vi.HJJ CTTLE HKW- IXG MAORIS E. Has the Hndereed.makes "lock sficA" (alike on both sides,) and is fully licensed. The best and cheapest family Sewing Machine In the market. Addreaa, JOHNSON, CLARK dr CO., Boston, Mhss Pittsburgh, Pa Chicago, or SU Louis. Mo. - RUPTURE Relieved and Cured by Dr. Sherman 's Pat tent Appliance and Compound. Office, 6OT Broadway. N. Y. Send luc. for book with photograph likenesses of cases before and after cure, with the Henry Ward Beecher case, letters and portrait. Beware or travel ing I m posters, who pretend to have been assistant of Dr. SuEiiix, He has no Agents. AGENTS WANTED FOR YEAR flF RATTI F A History of the Fran UT CM I I Lk 0,00-German War; and THE BED BEBF.LLI0 IN P1BIS, Accurate, reliable and eomnlete. In Fncli.K German. 40,000 Copies alreadr sold. Price $2J0. Address J. Goodsneed'i Emnlre Rimtr Man Plctnr House, Chicago, or St. Lonia. to It aas tkc Plicate ami KftnMil f.O 2 frcrmo. -f S uic FaK&a Uu. fM T lr.rrli mm4 ittmltn la PLHFCMEB IV POPERY. THE FOE OF THE CHURCH AND REPUBLIC. What it has done. What It Is dolcg and what It means to do. Its power, dopotifim. Inlalibility, frauds, relicts, ralraclea. Idola try, pereeciitiuDSjStartitng crime,aud jI-.W YOKKKIUTS. Send for circular. Address Fr-OPLE'S PUBLISHING CO Itt Race sU, Cincinnati. Ohio. Ve!!s' Carbolic Tablets. I'.r CossSk, ColOs s4 HuanirarM. These ToMrfi present the Acid In Combi nation with oilier efficient remedies. In a popular form, for the Cure of all THKOAT and I. UNti diseases. Hotmeneu and Ulceration of the Throat are Immediately relieved, and! statements are constantly being sent to the proprietor ot relief In cases of Throat difficulties of years standing. nallTlflW Don't be deceived by worth lMU I IUU less Imitations. Get only V.'ells' Carbolic Tablets. Price 25 CIS. per Box. JOHN Q. KKLLOGG. 18 Piatt SUN. Y. Bole Agent for the U.K. Send for Circular. REDUCTI0X OF PRICES TO CONFORM TO SEDUCTION OP.DUTIES. GREAT SATIXG TO CONSUMERS BI eiTTISB TP CLCBS. Vrnd for oar New Price List and a Club form will accompany it, containing full di rections making a large saving to consu mers and remunerative to club organisers. THE GREAT AXERICA' TEA CO SI a S3 VESET STBKKT, 5KW I0ES. P. O. P,ox Mil. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE STORY OF THE IWARSH EUROPE It contains over 150 fine engravings of Battle scenes ana incidents in tne war, ana is uie only A CTHJCXTICtkud OFFICIAL hlHtory of that great conflict Agents are meeting with uuprecedeut sacceas selling from 30 to 40 copies per day, and it is published in both j-.ngusn ana uerman. Pa irtinn Inferior histories are being clr UaliilUII. culaled. isee that the book yoa bny contains Io0 fine engravings aud pages. K'nd lor circulars and sei oar terms and a full descrlpton of the work. Address, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Chicago. uu, tncinnau, uuio. or su ijouis, jio. B OOK AGENTS WANTED FOR TWO NEW AS .1 POPCLAX WOKES KNOTS UNTIED Or. The Hidden Life of American Detectives showing how the perpetrators of miKchief ana outrage are DrouK"t to justice, ana dis closing tne whole Detective system. 2).0uU copies sola in du aays. A WOMAN'S PILGRIIKJIGE To the Holy Land, by Mrs. S. M. Grlswold. Th is latest work of this popular authoress, isan Interesting narativeof her experiences during a tour through Europe and the East, in company with "Mark Twain" and the "Quaker City" party. A handsome volume, fully Illustrated. We olfer extra terms and premiums to Agents. Send lor Circulars. J. Ii. 11L KK, HYDE 4 CO., Hartford, Conn. JURUBEBA. It Is not a pny.ttr It Is of what if popular rly called a IHTTEK.S, nor is it intend ed as such. It is a South American plant that has been nsed for many years bv the meuieai lacuity 01 wiose countries witn won deriul eilicacy. as a Pouvrfvl A Herat itv and Vtirfpialcd purifier of the lil-xxi and is a Sure and rerlect itemed y tor all Diseases or the IAver and Spleen. Enlargment or Obstruction of xntewtineMi I 'rineyf, f 'ferine, or Ab lamina! Organs, poverty or a vatU of Blood, Intermittent or Remit ' tent Fevers, Jnjtamation of the Liver, Draft, Mufj yiMh fireulaiion of the frlfjfxL. Abseessex, Tuinort, Jaun tliee Scrofula, Dfjpejitin. Ague and Fever or their Gmcomiiants. Dr. Wells' Extract of Jurubeba offered to the public as a great lnvlgorator and remedy for all Impurities of the blood, orfororuanlc weakness with their attend ant evils. For the foregoing complaints. confidently recommendedtoevery family a household remedy, and should be freely taken in all derangements of the system. It gives health, vigor and tone to all the vital forces, and animates and fortifies all weak and lymphatic Temperaments. JOHN Q. KELLOGG. 18 Piatt t, N. Y sole Agent for the U. 8. Price One Dollar per bottle. Send for Cir cular. Mm church St., Stndfor ITvn-Xectar CireuUir. THEA-NECTAR IS A PURE BLACK TEA with the Green Tea flavor. Warrsn'd to suit all taste for tale everywhere in our "frnd-mirt" pofinrtdt hnlf Ib.paekaoetosLT. And for sale wholesaleonly by the Crest Atlsatir Parine Tea New York. P. O. Box 5608. Salt! Salt! Salt! THE subMcribers having taken the exclusive sgency of the .Vew Lisbon Suit nurms jor w arren ana vicmity.arenow able furnish the purest and best salt in the market. Also HEADQUA RTERS FOR SAGIXAVr & ROCK SALT, FOR LOUISVILLB& HASTE&XCEMEXT. FOR KELLEY'S ISLAND WUITJ3 Also WHITE AMBER and RED WHEAT FLOUR, of our own make,(warranted every time.) Also COI1X MEAL, BOLTED AXD UXBOLTED. CHOP FEED, BEA., OIL MEAL, Ac. CAMP. RANDALL 4 CO. Sept 27-lm All and THE MUSIC BOOK FOR K YOTJXO FOLKS AT HOME GOLDEN ROBIN, BY TV. 0. TERKISS. Containing Elementary Instructions, At tractive Exercises, and Several Hundred PopularSoogs. This New Hook will Iwloand Superior to All Similar Works, In many points essential to a popular Instruction Book in Vocal Music an:i Collection of Melo dies for the Young. Several Edition have already been ordered, and the demand in creases. Many of theSongsliave been writ ten expressly for the work, and none of the songs are old and tnne-woru sung through a dozen Imoks. but New and Sparkling. Adapted to all Occasions, and Alive with the Spiritof the Times. Price 50 els. Sent post- vuiif.iuii.Tvjm.u, i'utii!hers 277 Washington St., Boston. CHAM. II. DIT 90N CO., 711 Broadway, New York. Mar. 29. ;s7I-4.it. WESTERN EESEEVE CARRIAGE FACTORY T,H?,Pro,rictor dires to say to the X public, that there can be seen at his fte pository. on Liberty Street, a few roils sonVh men'rofiatlOUal " lU J "ru CAHKIAGES AND BUGGIES, That he has ever exhibited and offered for if.l1; marfcet. His stock consists of FAMILY CARRIAGE and SLWK tMAlS. of various patterns. One horse Bungles ol nearly every description, and all of which are of the very latest aud most approved Eastern styles, which for quality of material substantial workmanship and elegance ol Bnish cannot be surpassed by any other es tablishment In the State. Having in suc cessful operation STEAM ENGINE with all the necessary machinery for manufactu ring his spokes. Hubs, Keloes, and every- mac5inerV?n " ad ?T superintend- Being a practical meel ng and overseeing all the various branch. ne ts prepared to furnish a vehicle in first ...y,, u. money man any other manufacturer in the west. Hacks, Pedler-s Wairoas, Vswbes lud Baroirhts. If not on hanj. will be made to order on short notice. ' Repairing, TrimmlngandPaintingdoni with neatness and dispatch. M- All work done at my factory warranted In sddltlon to the above, I am prepared to Ornish Carriage makers and others with the best quality of Turned Spokes, Bent liiins, Bows, Shafts, Poles, Seat-arms, Huls, Ac. at as low prices as at any other establishment. Carriiige-makers desiring to furnish their own timber, can get their pokes and Hubs turned on short notice, and at fair prices. Jan.S.li7d. . E. K. WlsELL. CITY MEAT MARKET. THE undersigned would res pectfully announce to the eitl- Xl-ns Of Warren Arwl K. . Ul...... that be basonened a Meat n 1 .1. ertr etet, ojposite R, K. Wisell a Carriage Factory, where he intends to keenconstaut- an Klnosof fresh meats, and ol 1ju1.11 iy as me country viii sirord. I baveemi4nved tn.erviAv nf, i.,.h er who has had long experience ia the bust- ucm, aim who win always be on hand to at tend to the wauls of all customers. All or der left lor meats In the evening will be promptly attended to. If lies; red can be de livered at Ihelr resldeucc, or kept in re frigerator till called on. June2. W70-tf. LEMUEL DRAY . HEALTH by Good Living, by W. W. Hall. M. D. 1 voL 12 mo. 1,&). It tens how to cure dyspepsia: How to cure neuralgia: How to cure biliousness; How to core nervousness; How to cure exhaus tion; How to get. a good appetite; How to get lean; How to get sleep; How to maintain .ligh health; How toavolddlsease and all these without medicine, without money, without price. "it Is a raoM, sensible and excellent book, and contains enough wise advice on the subject to do away with Invalids entirely, if a. a'Ld lB-" Springfield Republican, Ihe book before u points out the 'golden mean," by following which an 11 11 t.l , 1 amount of suffering might be relieved and avoided. It Is fnll of souud advice, free from technical terms, ard can be understood by anybody who can read." Toledo Blade "Dr. Hall Hone of the most practical and sensible writers upon health of this age; and UiLs book is like all his other works, clear, plain, and to tire point." Xnm York Obser ver. Jnst received at ADAM'S Bookstore. 1818. VALTKOT & ACKLEY 1870 Again call attention to their splendid slo "J '. consisting In part of AMERICAN WATCHES. E. Howard & Co's. Watches. Vautrot & Ackley Watches, WARRANTED superior time keepers. Also ROSKOPF'S PATEXT PEOPLE'S a. rac d iz Which wind, at the stem, and keeps petfe GOLD AXD SILTER CHAT5S, eTJHE SILVER SPOONS Diamonds and Jewelry. Calendar rtnrka Seth Tuom i Clocks, Spectacles, the bea quality at reasonable price. Teieseopeaand Opera Glasses, Looking Glass Plates, Silver Plated ware made for ns and stamped with oar saine, better than any other brand, WIIil BEAR E.GRAVIXG. Consisting of Plated Cake Baskets, Castor Butter Dishea, Ice Pitchers, Silver Card Case Berry Spoons, Fruit Knives, Cream Spoon, Ac, Ac Remember that we goods to ba aa renrenentiwi nrv.H ..w Engraving always done by experienced workmen and warranted to give perfect satia. ikvuuo. musck mreei, warren. Uhlo. J. Vaptbot, T. ACCLKT. Jan. S ls70-tf it a in be is so can rail cut tbe an tbe any and THE CHRONICLE. "CAMANCHE BILL." The Davenport (Iowa) Gazette has this account of a singular character : There has been mopping in this city for a couple of days past one of those charactf rs who nave made for themselves a celebrity for their brav ery and daring on the plains of the far West among the Indians and the butl'alo, in recounting whose deeds, hair-breadth escapes aud peculiar life the pages of romances are filled. The person to whom we refer is no less a character than "Camanche Bill," who is reported to be the slayer of no less than one hundred aud eighty-three Indians. He has been nine years on the plains, part of which time he has been in the employ of the govern ment as scout. He has hunted and killed Indians for the pleasures aud sweets of revenge, ami hunted and trapped of necessity. He is now on his return to his old lite in the West, having been on a visit to his early home in Minnesota. He is about twenty-eight years of age, of sletide build, gaudy complexioued, with a profusion of" hair that he wears long 011 the neck. His dreys is a pair of buckskin liautuloons, ornamented front the outer seams with a row of steel buttons, a coarse shirt, and old coat and bioad-brimmed hat. His eye is piercing keen, aud lie has a grip like a dozen blacksmiths.' In response to our questions he said : " My name is George W. Porter. I have been on tha plains since 'i2. I .was iu the Minnesota massacre, near New Ulm, the Sth of August, of that year. Ail mv folks were killed except me and mv little sister, three . . . 1 ...i t . . 1 1 r'"lu' w IUK Iwu. 1 " here Were you ?" " I was away ut the military station ; ou business; went the day before. The first I knew of the massacre I j was coming along the road ou my i way home, when I saw a little ways : ahead of me a wagon filled with women and children that the settlers had sent to the station for protection. Just theu I saw the Indians pounce upon them, and I dodged into the woods. I could hear the hatchets crushing into their heads. They killed eevry one of them." "What did you do?" "They scalped 'em, and when the coast was clear I got out, and pretty soon along came a company of cavalry, and we buried them." "Why didn't you follow after the Indians?" "I had uo horse, and the captain didn't want his men to go. You see that was '02, aud everything was topsy-turvy." "l)id you visit the scene of the mas sacre at .New Ulm ?" " Yes. I went there the next day, and saw my father aud mother all scalped and cut tip, and my sister was gone.- I swore by tne eternal Hod I would never rest until I had had revenge.'' A BLOODY REVENGE. " Did you get any trace of your sister?" "Why, yes; they was the Yunkton, Swauee ai.U Sioux Indians, and I kuowed them pretty well. I learned that they had her. I kuowed what they'd do with her." "Have you been successful in vour efforts to secure her?" "Xo, you see, single-handed aud alone, a man don't stand much chance. That's what I've been doing all the time. Once, iu Arizona, I was right iu sight of her. The way I kuow'd it was her was, I had been on the trail of the oaud of Sioux that had her a long time, and she was the only white person they had. This was in 'Go, and then she looked just like mother. I waited and watched, and picked an Indian oil" every little while, when he'd get a mile or two from camp, but 'twas no use. They kept a good watch over her." " Were you eve.' captured ?" " Yes. The Blackfeet captured me and Jim Braudcn iu 'G4, when we were out hunting. They came on us with a rush, but thpv ilhin't .. though until I had killed one voung "What did they dd with vim?" "They marched about twenty-five miles to their cauin. and the, their .. i .. . . . omiiucu U3 ul evervtuinir w nan. and tied us up to a stuke and let the women pound us with clubs They did this every dav for eight days. We were tied with buckskin thonns. o.wl nl..l.. 1. 1 1 1 .. D J uu in6ui ii milieu auu we&nppea out of 'em when thev got wet. Jim got away all right, but just as I was gittiu' my things an old squaw woke up and gave the alarm. There were but four Indians in camp ; the rest uau guuu on a nunc l ran with only knife. They came up to me and I had a desperate fight. One shot had nit me in me left arm " exhibiting a scar. " I cut and slashed the buck that had got hold of me, aud finally gave him one under the ribs, bo that he can't tie any more thongs. And he cut me, too, here, aud here" show scars on hi-, arm. neck and breast. The other buck never came near, for I'd got this buck's gun afore he'd reached us." . a A GRAND SWINDLE. A wholesale swindling scheme which has been practiced on the At lantic and Great Western railroad, bttween Meadville and Kent, has recently been brought to light. It is thus described by the Cleveland Lea der: Certain ones of the conductors upon this division, upon receiving ihe tickets from passengers who have purchased tickets ou the first division for Kent or some intermediate point on the second aivision. would take them, as though to punch them, but return mem wnole. few, it any, would ever notice the difference, and those few would riot think but that was all right. Afterward, just be fore reaching their destination, 'the tickets would be taken up by the con ductor in the ordinary way. This plan, as easily seen, would leave the conductor in possession of tickets which wne still good for the points designated upon them along the second division, for an honest con ductor would take them up without question as having been purchased at some point on the first division. These, then, were doneupin packages and passed over to confederates, who were in almost all cases sub-ticket agents in the various offices along the road or telegraph operators in the small towns, where the operators are also, in part, ticket aeents. By the energetic action of Mr. A. L, Dim bar, Superintendent of the second utvision. one of the ringleaders, with large amount of unpuuehed tickets ins possession, was arrested in lia venna, on Friday, and good prospects were entertained of securing the whole gang. in a to any lu Ir. N. any The Montreal Herald elves an ac count of a trip of inspection over the new line or wooleu railway irora Sorel to Auhabaska. This road will the longest wooden railroad in the world, when completed. The track the full width of ourordinary toads, that an ordinary car or locomotive run over it. The ties are of hem lock and tamarack, cut to tbe proper length, and morticed to receive the by an Ingenious arrangement of circular saws on a long shall, so as to three or four at ouce. This ma chine is portable, and is drawn along track as fant as it is finished. Tbe rails are of rock maple, four inches wide by seven high, and fourteen feet long. The train ran over thi wooden road at the rate of twenty-five miles hour, and ran as smoothly as on best iron rails, and with scarcely noise. A young man serenading sung the following under the wrong window : My dear Canora, My dear Canora Just at that ooint an old scratch poked her head out of the window sung: Yonng man below there, You n if man below there, Yoor dear Canora j Lives four doors below there. I for the been Arch to ustne a orden iVew Advertisements. C0NDURANG0! TUB WOSDKRFTI. BE1IE1IY POK Ounrer. .Stphilis, Scrofula, fleers. Salt Rheum and all Other Chronic Blood Diseases. Dr. P. T. KEENE having Just returned from Ecuador and brought with him a quantity of the genuine I iiniiuranuo Est k, se cured through the official recoiiiiiieiulstliiu and assistance of His Excellency the Presi dent or Ecuador.and the govern nient ofthnt Republic, we are prepared to till orders lor It toa limited extent, and at a price about one-quarter of that which the cost of the first very small supply compelled us to charge. A spsrlns. article is now advertised and sold as Condurango. We have, at a consid erable expense, aud with the co-operation of the authorities of Loja, the province where the plant grows, so directed the channel of our supply as to ensure that none but the graaisr article shall be sold by us; and we. particularly call the attention of the public for their protection, to this fact. BLISS. K E EN F. 4 CO.. ... Cedar St., New York. D. W. Bliss, M. D., Wflshlnelon. D. C; 7 E. Bliss. M. !., New York; P. T. Keene. M. D., New York. The oldest and and most reliable Institution for obtaining a Mercuui ile Kuueation, a,Fractical business men as Instructor. t or lnlormatioii write for a circular to 1. DUFF HOSt ritLaburgh, Pa. WILL. 23. CARLETON, AFTIIOR OF "BETSEY AM) I ARE OCT," EDITS AND WRITES FOU THE CE1R0IT WEEKLY TRIBUKE, The best Family Xewnpaperio the Country. rpPC Try samples of our great R-page, rncr. $1,00 mustrattd weekly 30 years established. Fine steel engravings free to subscribers. Agents make $o a Uy. .Send for Saturday Gazette, Hallo well. Me. . i-.. iiiliii.i.l ol I .,.,,-( i,, i, Achiimvl n'.'.'il lite test premier of the iirvirth ml tutu!) of iie luiir. E;a::i7$ t Ci., Boston. Jhiss. bold by all drumjiats. Ucmirt of inMutiuus. WANTED. Lady and Gentlemen Agents ror Jno.s. C. Abbott s Franco-Prusrlan War and Hlstnry of Italy. R. IK .S. 7icr, Agent, successor to B. R. Randall, HI8 tiris wold St., Detroit, Mich. ! THE IS'KAV J (llf heeler fi' Wilson! M H Wit. SniuKEE & CO, AND ALL Lfithi ss.l Tonn. la the State MISS 12 year. Send for Hpecmien copy and club circular. Address, THE TItiiiL'N E, Detroit, Michigan. Solicited by 21 X A Co-. Publishers Scientific American. :7 Park Row, X. V. Twentv-rtve vears exiHrrlelice. Pamphlets containing Patent Itws, with full directions how to obtain Patents fre A bound volume of lis pages, containing the .en by counties and ail larce cities. I ll) Engravings of Mechautcnl Move ments. Pateut Lawsaud rules for obtaining Patents, mailed on receipt ot ij cents. XX FLINT GLASS I LAMP CHIMNEYS s Stsad Hrat better thai aa; other Made. Ask for Dlthrldge's and take no other. fire that our name is on every box. DITnBlnGK A SON, Pltt'bargh, Pa, S Send for Price List. IHEAPEST ADVERTISING IN THE WORLD! For 72 ner Inch ner Month, we will Insert an Advertisement iu li tint. rlana Ohio SrwnMwr.lnciudlng Dsillnk l'yopartu.nitu. rt-tn tor smaller blivemse- meuts. i.isi sent iree. auuicm GEO. P. ROW ELL Si CO., .40 sad 41 P1SK BOW, vtWTOBK 5 dress Dr. A. Boakdm as. East Haiidam.Ct. tIICA SIONTH ! Horse furnished. Ex Me. Jpensea paid. H. B. SHAW, Alfred, 830. W o -will JCa.yr S30 Agents t per week to sell our great and valuable discoveries. If you want perma nent, honorable and pleasant work, apply ror particulars. Address U f.tl A CU., Jack sou, Michigan. 1.000 GIFTS. Craad Gilt Coanrt aud IHttrlbatioa fur the Brsrflt of the Fossdlisr AiTluat or Sew York, sad Kohllrrs and Sailors' Orphans' Home, H sshilgtoa, D. C. To bo held In Washington (as noon ssall th Tickets are solil, of "kirn Tra !' .otire will gives.) and not laferinan ovemrer:ssi, 1S7I. Entire number of tickets. A2.(JiiO fci each. 1.WU Gifts, amounting to i'.UO.Ouu. to be awarded. Send lor Circular, giving list of Gifts and References. Tickets can be hadof KlI.fcY SAKUENT. Columbus, Ohio. Or, P. C. DEVLIN, General Agent 31 Nassau street. New lork. Hos. II. McCollough. Elkton, I,,-. Maj.Gko.T. Castle. Ihiltimore, mm Hos. J. S. Negley, Pittsburgh, Trustee. AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early in discretion, causing nervous debility. premature decay, etc., having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple menus of self-cure, which he will send to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. REEVES. 7S -Vowau St., X. V. TH1RTT YEARS' EXPERIENCE IS THE TREATS EST OF Chronic and Sexuel Diseases. A PinSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF XARBI.U.F. The cheapest boob ever published con taininfc nearly three hundred pages, and one hundred aud thirty tine plate and engra vings of the auatomy of the human organs a state of neaitu and uiease, wituatiea tUeon early errors, its dtrptorabie conse quences upon the mind and body with the author's plan of treatment the only ration aland successful mode of cure, as shown by report of cases treated, A truthful adviser the married and those contemplating marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to address, on receipt of twenty-live cents stamp or postal currency, by addressing LA CltOlX. No. 31 Maiden l-ane. Albany, Y. The author may be consulted upon of the diseases upon which his booK treats, either personally or by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world. New Flour and Feed Store. Bush & Medbury AVE OPENED A STORE IN smith.' Hrlonb'i Block, oa JUin SU, the sale of of who to FLOCB, FEED, SALT, LEtlE, ic. Orders let at the store, or at the Mills, near Furnace, will receive prompt nt tent ion. HIGHEST MARKET TRICE TAID ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. 4tj7GorU delivered to all parts of lliecity FREK may S-t LOUISVILLE CEMENT, The Best in the Coantrj. THIS CEMENT HAS KY FAR the most extansive sale west of the Alle Kiinien, most of thel'ublic Wurka of tbe WeHianUHouth for thirty-live years have constructed with It. Jt superior quali ty haa beeDacknowledKd by Engineers and it ecta, wherever umhI, and ita Capacity Carry Sand makes It cheaper to the coo- sumera than any other. "o permanent butldln? should ever beconHtnieteU without this Cement In the foundaiton. as it is sure preventative aulnt dampness. All should be adnn sel to CAMP, KAKIALT 4 CO June 7, 1871-tf Varreu. Ohia l GO the and OHIPPINO CARDS, Direction La i kJbals.Ae., promptly furnished by the 1 vers I HRONU'I.K OFFICE I T I 1 PARK & PATCH, in connect Ion with their large stock of HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, I10USE TRUIHIMS. AND Have made arrangements to keep a FULL LINE of SEASONED Sash & Doors, From the celebrated manufacturers of Jamestown, New York. All Work Warranted Dry. WK ALSO KEEP PINE SHINGLES, WHITE XjIT-O, PAINTS and OILS, VARNISH. TURPENTINE. &c.. At Lowest Market Rates, TUB OZjD HARDWARE STORE OF PARK & PATCH. inly 26, iici-tf CRASTILLE WHI1TLESCT. Formerly of Williams d Whittlesey. JULIUS A. BALLARD, Formerly with Kingsbury, Abbot Gay A C GRAMME YVIIiTTLESEV & CO. WIIOLKSILK PKALKRS IS Hats, Caps, Straw Goods, TTMBRBIjIjAS 4s of every variety known to the trade. Ladies' and Gentlemens' Furs of all descriptions, 390 BROADWAY, SETT YORK. Buyers can always Hud in our slock not only all the STAPLE STYLES OF Hats and Caps, bat tho extreme "nobby" goods which are usually so difficult to find. We are desirous making our stock attractive, thereby drawing the CLOSEST AXD XOST RESPONSIBLE CLASS OP BUYERS visiting this market. Merchants not hav ing a particular acquaintance in onr house need not. In consequence, hesitate in calling for we have a corps of ' AND Gentlemanly Salesmen, will take great pleasure in showing goods. Our assortment is especially adapted the wants of this section of country. W3 WE XAII MO CH A ROB FOB CASES. Aug. 2. 16TL EXCHANGE baxk FREEMAN F& HUNT, WARREN, OHIO. DEALERS IN , sW, Sllicr, Eastera Ex-haa, Caramat Bank .lotrs, sa4 til kinds sf VERN3IENT BONDS Interest Allowed on time Deposits. Collections snd all business connected with Banking promptly attended to. REVENUE STAMP.- FOR SALE. March 1, WTL Iron City College PITTSBURGH, PA. Tha best conducted, most popularandiuc cessiui institution in the United States, for thorough, practical education of yojng middle aged men. S- For lare descriptive circulars, con taining full particulars, address. j. k.. t-.uint, a. At., i-nncipci. Aug. 2-3m. bought or traded for, June H. ls71-tm. Great Western Gun Works. IFLES : Double and Single Bar- Y re I shot Guns: Revolvers. Ammunition. bportlng Goods, Kirle Barrels, Locks; Mount ings, Gun materials, Ac. Send for a Price Address J. H. Johnston, Great West ern Gun Works, 17Smlthrleld Street, Pitts burgh, Pa. r.B. Army Carbines, nines aim Kevoi. f i as By for use Call door see own 4c, will BOOTS & shoes: M'x.iiNr Is receiving a large aad hue sic k of 370,1.1 fiiAcl Winter Boots & Shoes. I nought of IVI'Xjfviix, .rs:x3Tci I A I-irge part of his Roots and Shoes" are AND WARRANTED. The best goruls In town, sold low for CfiiA. CALL A.rVI SEE. Then you will know how It Is yourself. Aug. 23.1S7I. Main Street. IDDMGS & JI20ZS(Aa Are now receivlug then stock of Spring & Summer Coeds, Comprising an extensive assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Including many novelties of the season in LADIES DRESS GOODS k SUTISGS, LA CES, EMfinoiDERIES. Ac. And a full line of CARPETS, n.r.oiv SHADES, CrRTAIXS JC CURTAIX MATERIALS, SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, &c. all of which have been purchased at EXTREMELY LOW RATES and will besoldon as favorable terms, and at prices as LOW or- LOWER than can be found at any house in this city. A careful examination of the STYLES, QUALITIES and PRICES, THEIR GOODS IS SOLICITED. May 10. 1S71. IDDINGS A MORGAN. OF Marble- Work?.- JOHX KCEHLER Manufacturer of Italian iuiu American -Marble MONUMENTS. HEAD-STONES MANTELS, Fnrntlnre Slabs, Ac, 4c. I can also thrnish Scotch nnd American Granitd Mocnmonts, ... j is 11 ""t nonce, icsigns ' - :y ' v-;kcpt on hauu or m:.de toor ' . -: ; dcr.for the Ueuetiiofcu-stom-." '- -,' era. Work warranted togive ' T--. i ' - i ' satisiuciion. ': . j j shop on Liljerty Stree.one - "ifc-i.door south of First Nntional Bank, Warren, Onio. (june 14, l7I-tf C. S. FIELD Has Secured the services of Cliillo Dodgo, (so long and favorably known in this com munity) to superintend the CIST031 DEPAimiOT OF HI3 BVfilXESH. IT I Has received his FALL STOCK OF CLOTHISTG, Hats and Caps Gents Furnishing Goods, &c. Sept, 13. 1471. im PAINT m COLOR WORXS. THE Mahoning Iron Paint and Color Works having attained to that de- t-e of completion aa to commence to offer U product lo the public. reKpecuuliy an niu nee that we are producing what is known Protoxide and iVroxMe of Iron Paint. Thcae painta poRKeaa, in au eminent de gree; all the qualities requisite for the Protection cf Wood & Iron, Have (rood bodv, cover well, and are MORS I UCRABLK. and MUCH CHKAP&R than I White Lend, or any paiut having White! Lead or Zinc fora basin. It is superior, epe- I daily for iron and Uu. bL'iuic perfectly free iron, acici oral ma. is put up in u. ). uris- woiu s pure Linsmi cuTaiiu prepareu READY for USE the gallon or barrel, or sold dry by the poena or ion, or grounu iu on, 10 ue utteu in making colored uints, and has no superior thin purpose; being very rfne and of very strong colors, ranging from light yellow to dark brown. In cuuuection with the manu facture of the above named style of paint we are putting tip Paints in all Colors, Ready for use, using the Imn Paint for a haftis, com blued with pure White Lead and Linseed Oil, nnd Japj dryer, under the supervision of C. C. McNutl discarding the of auy and all chemicals, and wish It distinctly understood that this is not a near ormotit distant relative of any Chemical Paint, but will be known aa Mahoning Iron Colored Paint at .To. 49 Market Warren, 0., next to W. B. King's furniture Store, and sample colors, with C. C. MeNuit, Sign Painter, where you may find, not on I v my but other brands. Including Cleveland Chemk-al Paint, Cleveland Rubber Iauit, at prices as low aa tiie lowest, to which be added a full stock of Painters' Mnte rLnl M. PAKLSlf. June 21, who and that U. 127 With xel. AST jNo. 11 Market St., DRESS LINENS, LISLE GRESADIXES RLACE HERS AX IS, RLACS SILKS, SUMMER DRESS GOODS, And a large line of UD.'ES READY ODE UNDERWEAR WITH A rt'LL STOCK Oh' DOMESTICS, At prices to correspond with the times HAPG00D & BROWX. June 7, 1ST1. Cheap Farms ! Free Homes! OS THE LTSK OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. A LARD GRANT OS 12,000.000 ACflTJa o Tn Best Farming sail Xiarral Laads la l?rlrs. JOOO.0OO Acres of Choice Farmlnc and Graz ing Lands on the line of th. road, in the Slate of Sebraska, la tks Great Piatt. Tslley, Xouror sale, for cash or long credit. These lands are In a healthy climate, and for grain-growing aud stock-raising, un&ur pas.sed by any in the United States. Fries rsnse frost Si to $10 prt Acre. Home steads for actual Settlers. 2,jUl).uuO Acres of Uovernment Land between Omaha and North l'lntte. open for entry as Homesteads only. Soldiers of the late war are entitled to a free homestead of i-iO acres, within Railroad limits, equal toa Direct Itounty of$4O0, Send for the new edition of descriptive pamphlet, with new maps, mailed free everywhere. Address O. F. DAVIS, Land Commissioner U. r K. K. Co. Sept. lWma Omaha. Neb. EY CAXX0T BUY IT ! FOR SIGHT 13 PRICELESS! ! 3 Silt tbe Diamond spectacle vrlll Preserve It. If You Value Your Eyesight- TSE THESE PERFECT LENSES. Gronndfrom 31 lnate Crys tal Pebbled, Melted together, and derive their name "Diamond" ou account of their Hsrdaess asl Brilliancy. They will last many years without change, and are warranted superior to any others. Manufactured by J. E. SPEXCER & CO., X. Y. CAUTION None genuine unless stamped with our trade mark. VAUTROT & ACKLEY, Jewelers and Opticians, are Sole Agents for Warren, Onio, From whom they can only be obtained. No pedlers employed. July 28. 1S71-1T. T. DOUGLASS. H. K. HAFGOOD. T.DOllGLASS&C'O WAHIIEN Foundry and Machine Works, XAxrrACTTBEKS or Steam Engines, SAW M LL L S, OIL PRESSES, FLAX BRAKES, CASTINGS of ALL KIXDS Corner Canal and Main Streets, Warren, O. ADril 19. 1871-6mo. 1 -7 r . Over Tmmbnll Satlonal Bank, . warren, o. Nov. 23. IRO-lyr. "2Co Sff-iro 2donoy BY SECVRIXO GOOD BARGAINS, CALL AT No. 10, Market Street, FOR YOUR BOOTS&SHOES There you will find U. OHil.IsriA.GrTI!, Manufacturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Leather and Rubber Goods, etc., will furnish goods In his line at price quality to suit purchasers. Remember Su. 10 Market Street, is the place. oepU S. 1T1. PATENTS. gOLICTTORS AXD ATTORNEYS FOB S. USD FOREIGS PATENTS, AND PATEUT LAW CASES. BUR RIDGE & CO., Saperlar St., opposite interim Haaie.Clere. Una, Ohie, Associated Offices in Washington and foreign countries. Kefer to Hon Win. Rile. ChrosiclOftic, Warren, Onio. "nVERY DESCRIPTION of Job liPrinting plain, in colors, or bronse. w.miiui nits, at tne CHR JX' CLE OFFICE HANDBILLS, ShopbiUs, Ac, for Merchants and others, furnished a nonceihortal tbe 'HKi.Virr,E HFFirK.